02 June 2016
There is still time to enter the annual competition from Coffee-House Poetry, which has a first prize of £5,000
There is still time to enter the annual competition from Coffee House Poetry, which has a first prize of £5,000
As well as the first prize of £5,000, there are second and third prizes of £1,000 and £500. 20 runners up will each win £25, and there are new prizes of £100 restaurant vouchers and Champagne for poems from London and the South East.
The Troubadour International Poetry Prize 2016 is for original, unpublished poetry up to 45 lines. This year's judges are Glyn Maxwell and Jane Yeh.
The entry fee is £5 per poem. The closing date is 21 June.
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